Health & Safety Negligence Causes Accident in Workplace
A video that has appeared on the internet shows an employee of a fast food chain slipping and landing on a bucket of boiling oil. Not only is this severe negligence on the part of the employee that placed the bucket on the floor, but the video also displays a severe lack of health & safety standards being maintained in the first place.
As can be seen on our website we have the products that can solve almost any non-slip problem in almost any situation. Kitchens are a problematic location; grease is often present, fluids are often spilt and not cleaned up quickly and footwear generally lacks anything more than a basic sole. Kitchen slip risks can be solved easily, as Heskins produce non-abrasive non slip products that can be easily introduced into strict cleaning regiments. Heskins non abrasive anti slip tapes will not harbor bacteria or food particles, we even show photos of our Resilient being used in a commercial kitchen to display how easy it is to manage and mitigate the slip risk.
Heskins non abrasive anti slip tapes are available in a wide range of variants, in a range of sizes, shapes and colours. The range is designed to help you create a specific non abrasive anti slip solution for your premises, ranging from non slip tapes for use around areas exposed to water, to coarser non abrasive finishes for use in environments that are exposed to other contaminants. Heskins anti slip tapes help to maintain regulations, reduce slip risks and increase health & safety standards.
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The video shows a slip that ended in nasty consequences, the poor employee landed in hot oil suffering severe burns. Slips are a problem, they always have been, they always will, but with some expert help they can be resolved at a low-cost. For information on our non abrasive anti slip tape range, visit the website, or contact our sales team by email, phone, or speak to them right now by using our Live Chat feature. We looking forward to hearing from you.
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